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Hi guys, I meant jamming turn, not river. would
I would play depending on the opponent. There are too few statistics on the opponent (UTG 30 hands) to draw conclusions about him. If we assume that this is a qualified player or fish, I would bet on the turn. Against an unknown player or agro-maniac, I would play a check-call to catch a bluff on a blank card on the river.
If you opponent is someone that is capable of having something to beat your hand, it's a fold. If your opponent is someone that can be pushed off a hand, then make the bet. You want to give the image of a strong player so that when you're put in this situation, your semi-bluff can get through without a worry.
I would fold on that board villain can have KQ KJ KT,and possibly AK as well. The turns pretty awkward but i think you have to bet a bit larger than 1/2p here on the turn and possibly even on the flop.The flop could also play as a check call.
I'll be 100% honest here. It seems like you didnt respect his position. The flop would have been a perfect place to check raise and test the waters on your opponents hand strength and whether or not hes chasing the straight or flush.
I'd need more information on the villain, but here's my take without any additional details. On the CO with 6 players, the villain is probably opening fairly wide. This includes lots of hands like KJ,QJ,KT,AT. That flop is pretty scary. It hits his range pretty well, especially for draws. I think a c-bet at this point is debatable. You have 2 over cards, but hitting the Q makes the board even scarier for you since it hits his range even harder (especially Qc). So, you're basically hoping for a non club A at this point. I'd probably go into check/fold mode. However, given that you bet the flop , I think your turn bet was fine. You could have jammed and hoped that he was still drawing, but I think there's a good chance he already had a strong hand or hand a very strong draw. Then, you'd be in bad shape. Given that you decided to c-bet and double barrel, I think your fold on the river was correct. There were just way too many hands in his range that would beat you.
No you were lousing at the moment that Q land in the turn,so you yould check turn, because he could have completed the strait with that Q,the 9 in the river is even worse for you,so no, i wouldnt hammered the turn, i would have make the cbet in the flop as you and disconnected my hand in the turn
I think I'm going into check/fold mode on the turn. There are a couple sets, 1 straight, and a couple 1 pair with monster draw hands that are probably going to call. Definitely a very awkward spot. Calling 1st and then calling a 3bet for 9 BB with the CO and his initial raise yet to act strikes me as unusual and possibly very strong. The CO has an uncapped range and UTG should know this...I can't see UTG making the call with KJ off or a similar hand.